Posts Tagged With "widows"

Posted by 7 March, 2017
In our second 'international' post to celebrate International Women's Day, John M. Collins examines how one woman, Eliza Swinford, navigated the legal world of the military garrison of seventeenth-century Tangier, using the court martial to seek redress for the harm caused by troublesome soldiers.In the [...]
Posted by 28 February, 2017
To celebrate Women's History Month, we have put together a blog series to profile and celebrate the range of research on women and law across Britain and internationally. The series features blogs from members of the project team as well as guest contributors, with posts covering women's involvement in [...]